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    Grammatical definitions

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    1. A word opposite in meaning to another:

    2. A group of words that usually go together (eg fish and chips):

    3. A group of words that includes a subject and a finite verb:

    4. A word that connects two parts of a compound sentence:

    5. A combination of two vowels:

    6. A phrase that is not intended to be understood word for word:

    7. A verb that has a subject but no object:

    8. Expressing an action done to the subject:

    9. The subject does the action and receives the action:

    10. A phrase added to a statement to make a question:

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